Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Catching Up

In order to catch up with my other blog, here is what I've reviewed so far. Includes reviews and interviews.
Links are included in the titles. This will probably be the longest post I will ever do here.

- by Dan Simmons

"A long trudge through a wasteland of ice, snow, and suspense. Reading this in the daylight and in the summer is still creepy."

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"A vital upbringing of electronically-based music that is a must for audiophiles of any genre."

Author Interview: Jennifer Bradbury

"A look at the peppy, young teacher that took her love of bicycling and turned it into a book young adults love."

The Truth About 'Ugly'

"Gerard Butler and Katherine Heigl deliver an R-rated love story that is crass, vulgar, and oh so funny to watch. Not intended as a date movie."

'Othello' at the Intiman Theatre

"Arin Arbus directs a superb rendition of Shakespeare's tragedy. Sean Patrick Thomas delivers a strong, emotion-filled performance that greatly overshadows all previous work in film."

Greetings From Norway, Part One and Two

"A look into Norway from the view of a young, American girl named Rachael Young. Part two includes pictures from Norway's 'independence day'."

Musician Interview: Jay Bodley

"Chat with the genius behind the electronic music of A Setting Sun and Guardian; two favorites on the Moodgadget lineup."

More Than 9 for 'District 9'

"Peter Jackson and Neill Blomkamp deliver an original, action-packed sci-fi that challenges other summer hits such as GI Joe: Rise of Cobra, and Transformers 2: Rise of the Fallen. Future work of Blomkamp is looked forward to with excitement."

Author Interview: ScarlettLetters

"A true poet that has taken the art form, and sculpted it into something entirely his own, Brendan gives us a look into his thought process."

Review of Relay the Fallback

"Moodgadget's free release is a relaxed tour through electronic music and its variety. Includes artists as A Setting Sun, Small Sails, Mux Mool, Shigeto, and Praveen. One of the top albums of the summer."

Magician Interview: Sterling Dietz

"18-year old Sterling Dietz is surprisingly skilled at what he loves to do: magic. Take a look into his early career and what drives him."

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